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Further To The Incident Involving The Prime Minister At The Front Entrance Of Te Tii Waitangi Marae Earlier Today

Police have arrested two Far North men aged 33 and 19 years in relation to this incident. They both face a joint charge of assault and will be appearing in the Kaikohe District Court later today.

Big Response To Electronic Toll Road

Big Response To Electronic Toll Road

The NZ Transport Agency reports that nearly 16-thousand customers have opened accounts to use the SH1 Northern Gateway Toll Road since the system became available from early December, 2008.

Eastern Beaches Safe For Swimming

Eastern Beaches Safe For Swimming

Auckland city's Eastern beaches have been declared safe for swimming after water quality was temporarily affected at Okahu and Mission bays following on from power outages in the Eastern suburbs.

Witnesses Sought For Fatal Crash On Haywards Hill, Hutt Valley

Witnesses Sought For Fatal Crash On Haywards Hill, Hutt Valley

Lower Hutt Police are seeking witnesses to a fatal crash involving a motorcyclist and a utility vehicle on the Hutt Valley side of Haywards Hill Road, SH 58, this morning.

Maximum Jail Sentence Call For Dog Cruelty Man

Maximum Jail Sentence Call For Dog Cruelty Man

Auckland, Feb 5 NZPA - The Auckland SPCA is calling for the maximum jail term for a man convicted of wilfully cruelty to a dog.

Busy Beaches A Hive Of Activity

Busy Beaches A Hive Of Activity

Thames-Coromandel District Council issues record number of licences to concessionaires

The number of commercial operators on Peninsula beaches rose dramatically this summer and has reached its maximum for the communities of Hahei, Opito Bay and Cooks Beach.

Father Says He Retains Love Of NZ Despite Daughter's Killing

Father Says He Retains Love Of NZ Despite Daughter's Killing

Auckland, Feb 5 NZPA - Brian Aim says he hasn't lost his love of New Zealand, despite his daughter's brutal slaying in Taupo.

Scottish tourist Karen Aim, 27, was killed when walking home alone from a Taupo nightclub early on January 17 last year.

The New Zealand Timber Industry Federation Calls For Government Charges To Be Frozen

The New Zealand Timber Industry Federation Calls For Government Charges To Be Frozen

"The New Zealand Timber Industry Federation is calling for an immediate freeze on all local and central government charges "Exporters are hurting and the pain has to be shared by sectors which are sheltered from international competition.

Killer's Wife Has Community Sentence Cancelled For Stress

Westport, Feb 5 NZPA - The wife of killer and white supremacist Hayden McKenzie was given a second chance in Westport District Court today, due to stress resulting from his conviction.

Father Of Slain Scottish Tourist Still Has Questions

Father Of Slain Scottish Tourist Still Has Questions

Auckland, Feb 5 NZPA - The father of slain Scottish tourist Karen Aim still has questions about her death, after a youth today was convicted of her murder.

Jahche Te Manawa Kaha Broughton, 15, pleaded guilty in the High Court at Auckland to murdering Miss Aim in Taupo 13 months ago.